Curious Cat have contributed significantly to the overall success of our lead generation, SEO and content strategy by delivering great quality articles which were both relevant and educational.
Curious Cat have reduced my lead acquisition costs by 90% and have driven huge growth in my business. They feel like a department within my firm rather than external advisors, I could not recommend them more wholeheartedly.
Savills engaged Claire from Curious Cat Digital as an email marketing consultant. Claire helped us to move from one email platform to another, train internal colleagues on the new platform and made recommendations about future email marketing strategy. Claire delivered everything that was asked of her and more. I would have no hesitation in recommending her.
We’ve been working with Curious Cat Digital for over three years, initially to help set up our Affiliate program but this has now extended to include SEO and PPC activity as we’ve been very impressed with their professionalism, knowledge and commitment to help us grow our business. We’ve seen excellent YOY growth in all these areas, exceptional conversion and ROI along with helping us develop a cohesive marketing strategy. Curious Cat Digital are proactive, take the initiative and always give us the right advice to push our results to the next level and they’re a pleasure to work with too!
We’ve seen a marked improvement in our online presence since working with Curious Cat Digital which has delivered more traffic, more enquiries and a proven increase in revenue.
Harris & Ross engaged the services of Curious Cat with a specific objective of improving conversions of our website traffic to drive more bookings at our clinics. Since their appointment we have seen a marked improvement in our conversion rates and in the most recent month achieved the highest ever for the business. I would highly recommend Claire & the team.
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